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Racial profiling is alive and well in Belgium, according to a new report released by Amnesty International this week, the conclusion of a months-long study into the opinions and practices of police

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Starting next year, private landlords and property management firms in Brussels will be fined if inspectors find that they are discriminating against renters based on ethnicity, gender or income.

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Belgium’s federal centre for equal opportunities, Unia, is investigating a claim by two 15-year-olds that they were denied entry to Docks Bruxsel shopping centre recently.

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Women in Belgium are still not treated equally in the workplace as compared to their male colleagues, according to a study by recruitment specialist Hays.

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Brussels mobility minister Pascal Smet will remove the general headscarf ban for staff working in the shops of the Brussels metro and pre-metro stations, he announced to party mate and

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The European Court of Justice this morning ruled that employers can legally ban staff from wearing religious symbols, including the Islamic headscarf, or hijab.

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Nowhere in the world is the pay gap between men and women closing faster than in Belgium, writes De Standaard based on figures from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation

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Women are the victims of fiscal discrimination in Belgium, where tampons and sanitary napkins are taxed at the highest rate (21%), in the same category as so-called luxury goods.

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Slightly more than one in three women in Belgium (37%) say they feel discriminated against in the workplace, report De Standaard, Het Nieuwsblad an

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